Thoughts for the Times

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Holt & Williams, 1872 - 347 páginas
 

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Science and Morality
47
Communion with God
51
ON THE SCIENCE OF GOD 14 The Eternal Light
55
Conventional Theology
57
Mr Matthew Arnolds Theory
61
The Moral Law
63
Where is Religion?
65
Is God sympathetic?
67
Objections met
69
The Mystery of Love
71
CHRISTIANITY fourth ipirxonrse
73
Argument
74
What is Christianity?
75
Christianity and the Past
79
Christianity is original
81
The work of Jesus
82
Miracles
83
What is left?
88
Triumph of the Spirit
93
Christianity and Crime 06
97
Is Christianity inadequate?
99
ON THE ETHICS OF CHRISTIANITY PAGE 35 The Moral Law
102
Leaven and Contact
105
The Jews
106
Judaism
108
The Talmud
110
Change of Form III
113
Idleness
114
Mr Deutsch on the Talmud
115
Manjage Responsibilities
116
Unmarried Women
117
Readymade Words
118
Characteristics
119
Enthusiasm
120
Example
125
Fulness of Christ
127
THE BIBLE
131
Argument
132
Gods Book and Gods Word
135
The History of the Canon
136
The Old Testament
137
The Councils and the Fathers
138
The New Testament
139
The Sixth Article j 40
140
Fear of Truth
141
Our Children
143
No Inspiration Examined
144
What is the Bible?
145
All or Nothing
146
What is true?
149
Many Standards
150
Private Judgment
153
The Bible tested 54
155
ON THE DOCTRINE OF THE BIBLE PAGE 64 What is Doctrine?
159
Head and Heartbelief
161
The Value of a True Belief 4
163
Confession
164
Practical Conclusions
165
THE ARTICLES fijtgbjjj Jjistoarse
169
Argument
170
Old and New
171
The Spirit and the Letter 173
175
Article on the Trinity
176
Statements should be clear
180
Is the Trinity credible?
181
The Trinity is rational
185
Summary
187
Heresy
188
Original Sin
189
Original Righteousness
191
The Church
210
The Creed of the Future
213
Concluding Thoughts
215
WORSHIP
217
Argument
218
Rules and Principles
219
The Sabbath obsolete
221
Testimony of the Fathers
223
How the Mistake arose
225
Who keeps the Sabbath?
227
Who suffers?
229
True foundation of Sunday
231
Worship and Praise
233
JOI Failing rebuked
235
Charity of the Lords Day
237
J03 Christian Liberty under Grace
239
Itbtrtth jjisronm ON PREACHING 104 What should Sermons be?
241
What is a Clergyman?
243
Two views
244
Practical Preaching
247
Sphere of Practice
249
no Illustrations
251
in Politics
252
The Bar
255
Women of Leisure
264
Possible Pursuits 121 Womens Work
267
Idle
269
Unpalatable Work PAGE
271
VII LIFE
275
Argument
276
Pleasure and Christs Kingdom
277
Pleasure is natural
279
Physical Pleasure
281
Intellectual Pleasure
282
Affectional Pleasure
283
Heavenly Pleasure
285
Treatment of Pleasure
289
Theatres
291
Common Ground
295
Mixed Assemblies
297
Field Sporfs
298
Peers and pigeons
300
Life Work
301
Ejjirfttrdj istourst ON SACRIFICE PAGE 142 Grounds of Ascetism
306
People will enjoy themselves
308
The Darkness of Sacrifice 39
309
The Brightness of Sacrifice
313
The Good Suffer for the Bad
315
Love
317
Divine Sacrifice
321
The Atonement
322
Common Fallacies
325
Hints for Sacrifice
327
Sacrifice in the Heart
329
Motive Power
331
CONCLUSION ourtrent jisconrst
333
Argument
334
The Seen and the Unseen
335
God
337
What is progress?
339
Man Milton Darwin and Herbert Spencer
341
Human Society
342
The Moral Panorama of the World
343
The Mission of Nations
345
Progress of the Christian Church
349
Christians outside Christianity
350
Christ the Eternal Ideal
351
Progress of the Soul
353
Eternity
354
FREDERICK DENISON MAURICE
357

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Página 173 - THERE is but one living and true God, everlasting, without body, parts, or passions ; of infinite power, wisdom, and goodness ; the Maker, and Preserver of all things both visible and invisible. And in unity of this Godhead there be three Persons, of one substance, power, and eternity ; the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost.
Página 100 - Wherefore that here we may briefly end : of Law there can be no less acknowledged, than that her seat is the bosom of God, her voice the harmony of the world : all things in heaven and earth do her homage, the very least as feeling her care, and the greatest as not exempted from her power : both Angels and men and creatures of what condition soever, though each in different sort and manner, yet all with uniform consent, admiring her as the mother of their peace and joy.

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